Herbert James Recore, Sr.1948 - 1976
Suffix Sr. Born 17 May 1948 Malone, NY  Gender Male Died 05 Nov 1976 Malone, NY  Person ID I7852 My Genealogy Last Modified 2 Mar 2014
Father Edward Peter Recore, b. 02 Feb 1925, Malone, NY , d. Sep 1951, Gouverneur, NY Relationship Natural Mother Lillian Marie Collins, b. 21 Apr 1925, Ellenburg Depot, NY Relationship Natural Married 08 Mar 1947 Malone, NY Family ID F607 Group Sheet
Family Grace Esposito Married Nov 1972  Children 1. Herbert James Recore, Jr., b. 30 Jun 1972 Family ID F625 Group Sheet
Event Map Born - 17 May 1948 - Malone, NY Died - 05 Nov 1976 - Malone, NY = Link to Google Maps = Link to Google Earth
[Brøderbund Family Archive #110, Vol. 2, Ed. 3, Social Security Records: U.S., SS Death Benefit Records, Surnames Beginning with R, Date of Import: Jun 10, 1996, Internal Ref. #22.214.171.124920.146]
Individual: Recore, Herbert
Birth date: May 17, 1948
Death date: Nov 1976
Social Security #: 130-40-4062
State of issue: NY
Zip of last payment: 12935
3 Killed in Route 11 Crash
Couple Die in Flaming Car
A Malone husband and wife and a North Bangor man were killed at 10:22 last night in a fiery, two car collision on Rt. 11 at the Creighton Road intersection in the town of Malone.
Trapped in the wreckage of their automobile which was demolished by flames were Donald Day, 53, and his wife Lorraine T. Day, 46, of 232 W. Main St.
The third accident victim was Herbert J. Recore, 28, of North Bangor, a passanger in the vehicle which State Police said rammed into the rear of the Day car.
The driver of the car in which Recore was riding was identified by State Police as Dick Rockhill, 24, of Southbridge, Mass. He suffered facial injuries and severe bleeding, police reported, and was charged with driving while intoxicated.
Also injured were two other passengers in the Rockhill car, Donald A. Rockhill, 18, of Whippleville, and John A. Peryea, 27, of South Pearl St. Police said both suffered contusions and abrasions about the legs.
Traffic between the Creighton Road and Pleasant St. in the village of Malone was completely halted while Malone Callfiremen and Malone Rescue Company personnel together with State Police and civilian volunteers living in the area of the accident removed the bodies of the three persons who died and transported the injured to the Alice Hyde Hospital.
Preliminary investigation by police indicated that Day had turned off the Creighton Raod and was heading in an easterly direction towards his home just a short distance away.
He had barely completed the turn, police said their investigation revealed, when the car driven by Rockhill, also proceeding east towards the village, slammed into the rear of Day's car and it apparently burst into flames, trapping both Day and his wife inside.
Day's car came to rest in the westbound land heading towards. Malone. The other vehicle went off the south side of Rt. 11 and crashed into the guard rails, coming to rest on the south shoulder, also heading towards Malone.
Autopsies were scheduled to be performed on Mr. and Mrs. Day and Recore at the Alice Hyde Hospital this morning.
The triple fatality brings Franklin County's highway death toll for 1976 to 16, three more than were killed in all of 1975.
Herbert Recore's CB Name was "Candyman".
Services are Tuesday at 11 a.m. at the Drown funeral home chapel.
Recore was born May 17, 1948, in Malone, the son of Edward and Lillian (Collins) Recore. He worked at the Nehi Bottling Company in Malone for the past 12 years.
He is survived by his mother; his wife, the former Grace Esposito; one son, Herbert J. Recore, Jr.; one brother Winfred J. Recore of Malone; three sisters, Mrs. Gary (Dora) Guerin of Ellenburg Depot, Mrs. Bertha Atkins and Tina M. Recore, both of Malone; and several aunts and uncles.
January 23, 1976 - Eric Guerin suffered facial injury Friday at 6:20 p.m. when the vehicle he was in struck another vehicle.
State Police said a vehicle owned by Wallace Poupore of North Bangor stalled and was partially in the driveway with the four-way flashers on, when it was struck by a vehicle operated by Herbert Recore, 27 of North Bangor.
Police said Recore failed to observe the vehicle and struck it broadside.
Guerin was taken to the Alice Hyde by the Malone Rescue Company.
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